How I Quit Smoking

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How I Quit Smoking
Lambchop - How I Quit Smoking.jpg
Studio album by Lambchop
Released January 30, 1996
Recorded 1995
Genre Country, cabaret
Length 46:24
Label Merge
Producer ???
Lambchop chronology
I Hope You're Sitting Down/Jack's Tulips
(1994)
How I Quit Smoking
(1996)
Thriller
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

How I Quit Smoking is the second album by Lambchop, released in 1996.

The song "The Man Who Loved Beer" is an adaptation of the poem "The Man who was Tired of Life" from the ancient Egyptian text Dispute Between a Man and his Ba (c.2000-1700 BC). The song in turn was later covered by David Byrne.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "For Which We Are Truly Thankful"
  2. "The Man Who Loved Beer"
  3. "The Militant"
  4. "We Never Argue"
  5. "Life's Little Tragedy"
  6. "Suzieju"
  7. "All Smiles and Mariachi"
  8. "The Scary Caroler"
  9. "Smuckers"
  10. "The Militant" (reprise)
  11. "Garf"
  12. "Your Life as a Sequel"
  13. "Theöne"
  14. "Again"

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